This show has been commercially released as " Europe '72: The Complete Recordings - All The Music Edition"
Playin' In The Band, Sugaree, Mr. Charlie, Black Throated Wind, China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Big Boss Man, Jack Straw, Loser, Chinatown Shuffle, Me & My Uncle, Big Railroad Blues, Good Lovin', Casey Jones Greatest Story Ever Told, He's Gone, Next Time You See Me, Dark Star-> Sugar Magnolia-> Caution (Do Not Stop on Tracks)-> Who Do You Love, E: One More Saturday Night, E: Uncle John's Band*
SBD>MR>??>DAT>CDR via Raoul Duke. Pitched and patched with etree audience source and shn encoded by Matt Vernon.
July 21, 2005 Subject:
Still Needs A Speed Correction
Despite all the great work, this seems to need a speed increase between 2.8% & 2.85%. As it's already been pitch corrected, this would mean getting the source material.
December 30, 2004 Subject:
Great show, bad SBD.
The sound quality is poor for a SBD, no doubt. But it is better than nothing, since this Dark Star is very overlooked in the light (no pun intended) of other Stars of the tour (4/24, 5/11, etc). It's very intense and exploratory, segueing into Sugar Mag and a sizzling Caution (quite a common transition for the E72 tour). Despite the quality, it's a must for any fan of the E72 tour. But if you're a hardcore Head, get the one-disc version since the rest of the show is good, but not great.
September 12, 2004 Subject:
great lost show!
Okay, so the sound quality is a B- on this one. Actually, the AUD patches didn't bother me as much as the degraded SBD tape. But with a little EQ tweaking, you quickly get over the somewhat subdued-sounding quality.
I had long awaited this show being in circulation,as a companion to 4/26, and esp. as it
contained a long lost Dark Star! This is a great version, and well worth the download. You can already hear the jazz/progressive 70's style here, that was fully realized by 1973-74. Nearly 30 minutes long, and they go to some very spacy places, as well as playing well off each other. Listen to Keith's fine piano work!
Also contains more hot versions of Good Lovin and
Caution, with a nice Uncle John for the topper. A very musically satisfying show, if not the best
in clarity. Recommended for Dark Star lovers.
Dr. Flashback ;-)